istory of Floral Design. Objectives: To identify the aesthetic benefits of floral design To become familiar with the history of floral design To understand the origin and development of different styles. Significance of Flowers. Used throughout civilization Religious significance
istory of Floral Design
To identify the aesthetic benefits of floral design
To become familiar with the history of floral design
To understand the origin and development of different styles
Red Roses symbolize and communicate love
To understand the impact of earlier cultures on modern design styles
To see the derivation of design styles
To be able to create arrangements depicting historical style or design period
Jan van Huysum
Early American Period
Colonial Williamsburg Period
American Federal Period
have been used throughout
2._____ styles are characterized by linear forms and open spaces.
A. JapaneseC. Flemish
B. VictorianD. Baroque
3.The _____ period made extensive use of wreaths and garlands.
A. EgyptianC. Greek
B. VictorianD. Byzantine
designs of this period.
A. EgyptianC. Roman
B. GreekD. Middle Ages
A. French TraditionC. Early American
B. VictorianD. Chinese
A. The RomansC. The French
B. Martha StewartD. The English
Acknowledgements McDaniel, Gary L. Floral Design & Arrangement. 3rd ed. New Jersey: Prentice Hall, 1996.Berrall, Julia S. A History of Flower Arrangement. London: Studio Publications, 1953. Sandra Balch – Production CoordinatorJennifer Donaldson – Graphics CoordinatorGeoff Scott – Production ManagerG.W. Davis – Executive Producer
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